Meizu 16s will come with a Snapdragon 855 according to alleged Geekbench listing
The Meizu 16s may have made an appearance on Geekbench. A device with the codename “alps m1971”, which is believed to be the flagship smartphone from the Chinese manufacturer, has been tested with Geekbench’s single-core test and multi-core test. The record for the smartphone shows the codename “msmnile”, which points to a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855.
Other tidbits of information include 6 GB RAM and Android 9 Pie OS, things we already expected from the Meizu 16s. In terms of the scores registered by this particular device on Geekbench, they are quite impressive for an Android device. The single-core score of 3,778 puts the alleged Meizu 16s near the top and in the company of the Samsung Galaxy S10 range of smartphones.
In the multi-core score, the mysterious device that purports to be the Meizu 16s scores a whopping 10,493 points. Only the SD855 variants of the S10 can top that in the Geekbench website’s rankings, although in our Geekbench 4.3 tests for the Xiaomi Mi 9 review, that particular smartphone scored a superior 10,999 points in the 64-bit multi-core benchmark.